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that the law would recognize. so the law all of the time develops concepts that scientists are interested in studying. it might be competency, for example. well, competency is really a multifaceted construct from a legal perspective. it could be competency to be executed, it could be competency to commit a crime. it could be competency to contribute to the decision as to whether voluntarily commit yourself to a mental hospital. it could be competency to participate in an abortion decision. so competency means many different things. the first thing you have to do as a scientist is ask the question, well, what does the law mean by it because if you want me to measure it, i have to somehow apply it. so going back to the question of free will, because a scientist can't operationally define it, they can't measure it, they're not really that much use to legal debates about free will. now, what does it mean on the legal side? i actually think the idea of free will or what is often referred to as volitional control plays a very big part in legal systems, but i think in the legal systems, we don't
of it. those are true but i don't think that the law requires them to do it. if you go to rec and park and they ask you for something that is really at the labor department or the mayor's office that they will say we don't have that but we should go to the other city office but on those two, there is at least potentially, an agency responsibility and under as the head of the agency, have that responsibility and what would it take even if there were a failure to respond that day what would make it willful? since he had appointed a staff, responded himself in a timely way? as we do these, i just think that we are going to have a series of these kinds of questions. >> commissioners? studley pointed exactly the point that is troubling me because i think that mr. ginsberg himself did conduct the search and there were no responsive documents so i do understand that technically, the answer was correct and he responded in the way that the ordinance contemplates but at the same time, what troubles me about this particular instance is that the request came in only a few weeks after the event occ
have very strong laws, stronger than jessica's laws. >> you actually don't have strong laws a guy molested 10 kids at a day care center and only got two years in prison. >> you are lucky o'reilly wasn't here today, sir. [thunder] >> bill: state of colorado won't even vote on jessica's law. one man is preventing the vote. jesse watters caught up with speaker of the house, mark ferdino. >> you have been pushing gay legislation, pot legalization, you are not protecting the kids from sexual predators and passing jesse's law. why is that? >> bill: a factor investigation. colorado's shame. >> this is america we are talking about at a critical time. fiddling. >> bill: mitt romney upset about the ongoing budget chaos in america. the question is can anything be done about it? talking points will address the issue. >> human being, is there anybody there willing to help this lady and not let her die? >> not at this time. >> bill: in california, a nurse would let an elderly woman die rather than put job at risk. what does that say about america? juan and mary katharine on that. entern, you wh
summary of the laws. the ada, calif. building code, the civil rights, and our experts here will elaborate. we also have a list of certified caps at work in san francisco for you. carla johnson with the mayor's office of disability has created a really good it died of out to interview your experts to make sure you are getting the best quality product for you. been next -- the money you pay for the inspection you can take as a tax deduction. any money that if you have taken can be applied as a tax deduction. this can be done on an annual basis. next, the opportunity, and a fund -- opportunity loan fund, providing for small businesses to pay for the inspection or to make improvements needed. to do it before you receive the lawsuit. and lastly, we of the bar association and their resources. they're providing their legal service for you. this last thing i am going to share with you in terms of what we have seen in our office is that with the individuals, that does not necessarily mean an individual will follow up with a lawsuit. what we've seen in our office is the individual's will send you a
't. though we may not know in any particular case whether a person is an automoton, usually you can. the law has a bright line. it says if you engage in a wongful action, there is a defense called the insanity defense which never works as most of us know because we don't recognize it. should we recognize it, that's an interesting question. should we have a more robust concept of diminished responsibility in light of the understanding that some people have less control over their preferences and desires or should we have better sentencing schemes or get rid of incarceration and come up with different models of trying to deal with punishment once we understand people have wrong selections. i think those are all interesting questions, but is there free will? well, the fact that almost everybody in the audience raised either their right or left hand contemplated it and were quickly able to act and respond. that to me says, yes, there is. now what do we want to do about it? now that we understand that those of us in the audience or up here that like chocolate cake may not have control over it, ho
a proposed law that would reduce felony drug possession crimes to a misdemeanor. this is what 13 states have done. we not only bring these issues to the forefront, but have the opportunity to participate -- and we have cards that you could fill out and questions. this promises to be a year of reform and change like we have never seen, and we now see prisoner reentry programs being implemented. we're still spending too much money and resources and not enough on rehabilitation and reentry. this november, the voters will decide on limiting the three strikes law. issues and measures long overdue. it is clear there is much more that needs to be done. according to a study that was published this month -- since 1989, 2000 people have been wrongfully incarcerated and they served collectively, 10,000 years. an average of 11 years person. i would like to thank the people who made this summit possible. memoranda -- amy devon -- many volunteers and all of our speakers and panelists. i would like to thank the co- sponsors, and the bar association of san francisco. i would like to thank them for their hel
, to say that he's been law enforcement for 30 years and bring back 30-year experience to this consideration of this bill, and he said this bill makes sense because drug treatment works and this is in spite of the fact we'll be battling the district attorneys along with many other arms of public safety. [laughter] >> we've got the data, we've got the facts and we know this will provide great benefit to our communities, to our neighborhoods, and to all of california. thank you for your support. [applause] >> tal, i want to go back to the question that marty posed earlier, which is in effect this idea that in order to incentivize people making the decision to seek treatment that the fear of a felony conviction or possible state prison sentence could play a positive role. you talk to a lot of people charged with crimes who are trying to make the decision of what decision to make, what is the primary motivation you see coming from them. how do they decision make on dispositions related to drug possession as a felony? >> i think that for a lot of people it does have to be a
not an expert on the sunshine law and so please bear with me if some of my comments seem general. i wanted to point out one thing, mr. gingsberg asked for the city to be included in this meeting, but one of the first letters called on april 20th which he signs on the director of public affairs here is the san francisco rpd basically says that this is a deeply bias panel with no interest in discussing facts i am hopeful that you will cancel the panel and put on a more balanced approach. i mean that here we have basically using the official title, the city employee highly paid up in the department, basically requesting a private club that puts on a lot of controversial presentation to scotch this one. and that is the pattern here. the underlying pattern is the number of city officials, paid employees as well as city commissioners basically went out of their way to use their official titles, and approach a private entity in discourage a public meeting on public affairs. and they did it by basically saying, these people are unqualified, these people are bias, these people will insight the publ
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time, parliament's across europe, for example in spain, are voting in favor of such laws -- parliaments across europe. >> among the many faithful attending this catholic procession is jose antonio fernandez. he was a priest, but he sacrificed the status in order to marry. the church allowed him to continue working as a schoolteacher but later refused to renew his contract after a photo of him and his family appeared in the media. >> they exploited the situation to justify my dismissal. they said parents would be offended if they found out i was a married priest. that was a lie. the parents all knew me, after all. >> he always talked openly about phis situation to his pupils, bt renouncing his faith was never an issue. he was hoping for a positive move from the church, possibly from pope benedict xvi. he was aware, however, of the vatican's traditional reluctance to change. >> ideas that challenge the norm are considered an attack on the church and its teachings usually. this is not an attack. it is just about thinking differently. >> that way of thinking was harshly criticized by the po
of the minutes. that is what the law says and the reading of it says that and that is what is ruled. >> in the case that we are actually talking about, which is the second case on here, which i then took or i asked for the library commission discussed it and said can we do this and mr. herrera said you can and the city attorney said that it is okay and they decided to discontinue and disregard the order of the task force. i then brought the case against specifically mr. herrera and under the facts and findings of fact and conclusions of law, the task force stated specifically that the task force further noted that the statement should be in the body of the minutes to prevent the public officials from unlawfully abridging critical public comment. >> at that point, and i made dozens of points before the library commission for which he extended and i asked you to look at the law and read the law and determine what it means to you and look at the who decisions that have been issued by the task force saying that in the minutes means that in the body of the minutes and stated why they did
government to carrying out activities in violation of international law and the domestic laws of many other countries. for north korea these criminal activities are viewed as necessary to maintain the power of the regime with no regard for the fact that they are corrosive to international law and order. so the question is, what steps can we take to combat north korea's illicit activities, and can our efforts to prevent these activities be used to pressure north korea to abandon its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs? now, i just heard on the news this morning that the agreement has been made ostensibly with china to punish north korea for its missile-launching nuclear tests. i hope that china will not do what it's done in the past and agree to sanctions and then just erode those sanctions so the sanctions really never took hold. i hope that china will finally understand that the north korean regime is a threat to stability in that region of the world and in many regions of the world, because as chairman royce pointed out, korea, north korea is a rogue state helping countries lik
of the most blatant victims. i started to submit citizen summaries right after the law went into effect, they created something called appendix a, even though there was no notice in the minutes themselves that there was an appendix, the type face was smaller than anything else in the minutes. s of course, they refused to include the appendix on the on-line version even though the minutes were submitted by e-mail. and after several years, i pointed out to the secretary, that the superior court had every case document on-line and after that, they put the appendix in a pdf and if you clicked the tiny link on the bottom there was no link back. finally, they stopped distributing the appendix with the draft minutes that are distributed to 250 people. it was not distributed to the commissioners and the public at the library meeting where they were approved. the only place that it was attached to the minutes was the two copies that went to the archive. at that point i stopped submitting them for a while and that was when i started beginning my public comments with stop the hate, stop the ignora
of the children and education. we've made sure that our law enforcement is taken care of, but we've also made those difficult choices early on that washington could really learn from in budgeting. i congratulate congressman messer for bringing this particular bill. it's a good government bill. i know the other side of the aisle is talking about the sequester, and i find it ironic that "the washington times" today has a headline that says, 400 more jobs were created in spite of the sequester. so i don't believe that the sky is falling here. this legislation requires the president to do some simple math and include with his budget, should he choose to submit one, an estimate of the cost of the deficit per taxpayer. taxpayers just simply deserve to know how much they owe for washington's out-of-control spending. after all, every dime that the federal government borrows is saddled on this generation and the next generation and generations to follow. right now the cost of washington's $16 trillion of national debt totals more than $147,000 per taxpayer. in fact, approximately every minute, mr. spe
for sticking with us this hour. this weekend at harvard law school, the official who just stepped down as the top lawyer in the pentagon weighed in on the next big civil rights cases that are coming up before the supreme court. this month the court is going to be hearing arguments on same-sex marriage under the law. and former pentagon general counsel jay johnson told the black law students association at harvard, quote, our gay brothers and sisters who are in the struggle for marriage equality right now in the state legislatures and in the courts of this country are marching step by step the same road toward equal treatment under law that we know so well. their cause is our cause. he went on to explain his view that the impact of laws banning equal marriage rights would be particularly -- and are now particularly cruel and unfair, in his words, to people who are serving in the u.s. military. the same argument is made by iraq and afghanistan veterans of america in a brief that they have filed, along with a number of other former military officials with the supreme court about one of th
are breaking the law, the city is breaking its own laws, it is a city exempt from its own laws? >> they are breaking the law, time and time again, with the load limit law on the marina boulevard at area and the access and also, for the buses which bring people in and the last time when we had the golden gate bridge anniversary, i mean the city actually had muni bringing the buses up and down the streets which have an ordinance saying that you can't do that. and you know, i think that we need to respect our own laws. i think that the city needs to respect its own laws. and do something about this. but, every time citizens have brought up the issue of these renegade, passenger vehicles, these commercial vehicles, cap able of carrying eight or more passengers absolutely nothing is done, it is just a quality of life issue. but it is important to people who live in the marina. thank you. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> as the da makes his way up there, i know that commissioner loftus was the commissioner assigned to northern station and i was at first and the commissioner lives in the
correspondence. what is not clear to me, having been involved in this area of law for many years is what the consequences are of failing to adhere to the department's retention policy. i recall in 1998, or prior to, putting the property g. amepdments on the ballot in 1999, there was a lot of discussion about what sections of the ordinance to amend and it was decided to only limit the amendments to chapter 67 to the sunshine ordinance, itself. so, that is why there is that new section that was read earlier that talks about the department heads maintaining records in a business like manner so as to not supercede section 8.1, of the admin code but to reinforce the notion that the departments needed to keep records that were required to be kept not keep phone messages from, you know, one spouse saying, you know, please pick up the milk at the grocery store. but, those things that related to the functioning of the city government needed to be kept in a business-like manner and it appears that did not occur here and i would encourage you to find for mr. wooding in this matter unless you have a
will only function efficiently if participants believe all laws will be enforced consistently and v violators will be punished to the full extent of the law. there should not be one set of rules that applies to wall street and another set for the rest of us. the department of justice wrote to the senators and said no corporate entity, no matter how large, is immune from prosecutions. prosecutors must determine whether there would be disproportionate harm to investors, pension holders, customers and employees and others not personally culpable. i can tell you the two senators called the response from the department of justice aggressively invasive was the term. they don't like that the department of justice didn't reply to a number of their specific questions about how often this has happened. they say they are going to ask eric holder when he comes to capitol hill this week. >> according to news reports, senator jeff merkley of oregon is annoyed at the bank hsbc and says not only will they not bust the institution they won't bust the senior bank executives. is that true? >> there is
's law to help the seriously mentally ill we see on the streets. these folks are a danger to themselves and others and we must work with the system and put them on the pact through case management and monitoring. for two years now since i've been mayor we call this initiative for the community and it's working. this is helping people chief greater stability so this year we'll make the san francisco law calls laura's law pertinent. it's about public safety arrest despite a year where we experiences to homicides in our city san francisco remains the safest city at levels not seen since the 1960s. one homicide is too many. last year, i i was frustrated like all of you by the rash the homicides and shootings in this very community and i suggested we need to shack up our efforts for the police and communities to stop this voinsz. i regret the upheaval it started but i don't regret this today. since we launched the ipo we've seen some rules no homicides in august since the last thirty years. and homicides and gun violence down over the first part of the year
in the buildup to try to avoid these, you know, spending changes that he signed into law and there's a real question, given those numbers, chris, about whether people are starting to doubt him. they're starting to doubt whether they're getting the straight scoop. >> you got it. and the real fight is just beginning now, which is over the continuing resolution to fund the government. the current one expires on the 27th of march and that's the real bite that's coming. will the president have more or less credibility in that fight after his sequester scare stuff? i would say less. >> megyn: we'll watch it and see how the polling goes. chris, thank you. >> you bet. >> megyn: in addition to the new numberses fox news poll find that americans had it with high gas prices and with the washington spending. the prices at the pump topping the list of voter gripes, 84% say that they are fed up with high gas prices. 81%, that's actually number two, say the growing deficit is frustrating. while nearly as many are fed up with too much government spending and for that matter with gridlock in washington. the
be preferable and we are looking for someone that we are defining as some kind of law experience. meaning, you know, whether it be law school or working even as a legal aid or something like that. this job as the commissioners know entails a fair amount of code and law working with the city attorney and other agencies, so, having someone come in who has some basic understanding of that it would be helpful. >> and then, everyone who has some kind of security, or code enforcement or law enforcement background is going to get pushed to the front of the line just because of the nature of the work. >> okay. >> any other questions commissioners? >> is there public comment on the executive director's report? >> seeing none, public comment is closed. >> item number four, police department comments and questions? officer, methias. >> a quite et reporting session and we will go over a few incidents that happened on broad way and columbus, there was an aggravated assault and the victim was stabbed six times at a parking lot across from the seller. looking into it, as far as what we know so far, there is
on the stated's megan's law website probably because his offenses were minor and about 25% of the state's sex offenders don't meet the qualifications to be listed online. >>> authorities are cross the buy are breathing a sigh of relief after a police assault rifle stolen in san francisco was found. police say their investigation into the stolen ar-15 similar to this led them to a home on 88th avenue in oakland last night. the gun was taken from a locked undercover san francisco police car on saturday night. >> it's a very big relief. since the incident took place, the police department is work nonstop to locate the weapon and also identify the persons responsible for the theft. >> oakland police say they detained several people at the home where the rifle was found but nobody was arrested. the gun thief could face felony theft charges. >>> experts are checking out how much damage was done to a sailboat stolen and beached near pacifica yesterday. the 82-foot "darling" was towed to richmond overnight and is now on dry land. the boat has a broken rudder
years off from writing a budget which of course is their lawful duty. i think there is not enough print sometimes dedicated to imnovemberable democrats when they're, when they happen to be doing nothing. maybe this will help that. bill: let me put a fine point what he said. jerry, you need to understand, referring to senator moran, we're not going to do anything until after the election. bob, why would that be? >> for a couple reasons. first of all, this was during the time of the budget control act where they set up the super-committee from which all things were going to spring. you couldn't move anything having to do with finances until that committee made a decision or didn't make a decision as it turns out. that's one. and two, in when you move up to election year, presidential election year particularly, nobody does anything that will upset the applecart. bill: but mary katherine's point is you have your priorities. if you want to pursue something like confirmation of jack lew you can get that done in one afternoon. >> that's right. bill: the other big stuff when you have to show y
poll on our website cbssf.com. >>> a new state law aimed at putting the free back in free education could come at a cost. because right now 99's not really clear where the money for much needed classroom materials is supposed to be coming from. len ramirez has more. >> reporter: it is causing a lot of confusion because the state budget doesn't cover everything the students want or what the teachers want to provide. >> students in san jose are completing their art project and using expensive art supplies that the district doesn't pay for. because of a new state law students cannot be charged a fee or be required to bring supplies trouble makers home. but the supplies have to come from somewhere says this art teacher. >> this year we only had $500 for the school year compared to other schools. yesterday i bought color pencils for my art 2 class. just on that i spent $85. >> which he charged to his personal credit card and hopes for reimbursement. >> i want to make sure we are giving the kids an equal chance. that's why i will dip into my pocket.
in illegally trafficked guns. here is the incredible point. there is no federal law now that prohibits illegal trafficking. and this measure would impose for the first time terms of 20 to 30 years in prison and i know that the efficacy of that kind because helped when i was the attorney general and to provide these kinds of law enforcement tools is absolutely critical. which is why we have a bipartisan group of senators cosponsoring them. senator collins and senator kirk. both republicans of maine and illinois respectively. senator leahy is leading us. senator kirsten and myself from the northeast also involved as the leading cosponsors. so i think we are on the cusp of a major breakthrough if we can move this bill out of committee and through the united states senate. >> it is amazing it has not been a federal crime before. and i know first hand you've been passionate about this. not only are you a senator from the state where newtown happened, but where you've been on this concern a long time since a prosecutor. and as a senator. in fact, i've been in black churches with you in your state wh
. today you issued a statement about former dea chiefs who are calling on president to nullify state laws. you said it's arrogant that these former dea chiefs encourage the president to full my state marijuana laws. the fact that these former dea chiefs are so focused on marijuana possession is why we have lost the war on drugs. congressman, if we lost the war on drugs what should federal policy be going forward? >> where states have legalized we ought to see how it works. how does possession, legalization work and what happens. then the other states can learn from it. you shouldn't nullify the people's voice. the people are the ultimate powers. when you have a referendum, i think it's wrong for these former dea heads to not realize that they were fighting a losing war. it's against crack heroin and cocaine, not marijuana. we spent too much time and money on marijuana, ruined too many lives who can't get jobs, couldn't get scholarships, federal housing and have a big red "m" on their chest for smokerring marijuana. that's not what america is about. those people were out of touch when they
for writing tax laws. we have douglas holtz he didn't with us. regarding how the middle class will be treated with obamacare, it turns out the promises are not true. >> i think that is unmistakable. obamacare has a lot of taxes in it. this is $800 billion in taxes and when you hear that that is kind of a number, you wonder who will foot the bill. a lot of these will turn out to be higher insurance premiums, some of them will be taxes directly on the policy. a lot of them are going to harm economic growth. in the end, we know how many workers are out there and we know how poor the income growth has been. gerri: even now, people don't really understand what we are going to be on the hook for. health insurance premiums taxes, which you've just mentioned, medical device taxes, it is quick to be devastating to companies. people are going to lose jobs and employer individual insurance is going to rising costs as well. we were promised that it wasn't going to raise the deficit. but will it? >> i don't see others how there's any way that they can't raise the deficit. there is no way that we can have
? >> you know, first, the national consumer law center as mentioned has done great reports on the card. i think, again, you know, i think at least 30 of the cards got a two thumbs operating, the best you can get. allowing one free action is a good approach for a lot of cards to do that. the elimination of overdraft is really important. the real important features of the card, but i think also overall, encouraging direct deposit for those who are eligible for it is still really important. there are a lot of people are getting prepaid cards the likes of you have bank accounts at a financial institution, credit union, and i think they can, i think there's nervousness around may the government deposits in those accounts. so one thing we still want to impress on people is almost always the best option to do direct deposit if they can. >> going back to the branch access issues. melissa, it's clearly one of the problem you're designing a car for ohio and you have a few major banking players and you try to cover as many fans as possible, how do you go about that when you're looking at a card for
to residency. for him, jeb bush argues this isn't about the particular but to get it signed into law. >> so do you think there's a significant difference between marco rubio who clearly is on board for a path way to citizenship? >> there is a difference in terms of the proposal that jeb bush makes but i think ultimately if jeb bush were in the senate or were the president, i don't think it would matter. i think he's showing that he's flexible. some might call it a flip-flop and as far as jeb bush is concerned, we need to do something, something needs to be accomplished. he doesn't seem to be bothered by the criticism. his position is, look, the system we have right now does not work. whatever we come forward and propose as a solution is better than the unworkable reality of today. >> we'll have more during the 6:00 p.m. hour including the possibility, he's leaving it open, that he may run for presidency in 2016. is there a third bush potentially in the run for president? we'll talk about that. thank you, jake. >> thank you, wolf. >>> two states have legalized drug use. washington needs to crac
with all law enforcement mourns the loss of the two officers in santa cruise, it is always in our minds somewhere that these can come but the horrible tragedy that occurred down there was two veteran officers and their lives being taken senselessly while they are just doing their job to help the public. and i know that you all share in our just sense of loss for them. and obviously we have extended every, you know, effort of condolence and support and we will be there for the fellow law enforcement officers to get through and that a very difficult time for them. >> we are going to adjourn the meeting tonight in honor of the two fallen officers, and there is a brethren and a sisterhood and we are going to adjourn in honor of laren bufp baker and elizabeth butler who left extensive families and some of you may know sergeant butler played football and we will adjourn the meeting in their honor tonight and that is why the chief is wearing a black band over her badge this evening. >> any questions for the chief? >> thanks for the report. >> thanks very much, chief. >> call line item two b. >
these laws exist that government activity and i don't know who said it, so i can't quote anyone, but i wrote it down, government activity be as transparent as possible. and everything that we heard tonight, was about government activity. thank you. >> president and commissioners, judy, coalition for san francisco neighborhoods. in my positions as president, of the coalition, i have been in almost in every supervisor's office in every aid's sitting down next to every aid and the mayor's aids, and i can tell you that i don't know of anyone outside of those testifying before you today that deletes e-mail. these guys keep everything on their desktop computers it is like they have a rely that says question mark? it is there. they keep it. in their inbox, i don't know why? but they do. they are the only people that don't. and on the second item, mr. buell reports that the common wealth club has other than golden gate park that there are no topics that the club has hosted and i would like to remind him and point out to you that perhaps a case for palestine could be considered a little bit more cont
cause until they get their internship at their dad's law firm. >> they are getting lazy. they don't want to go to occupy protest. the way of threatening and wagging the finger. >> greg: media reports on the protests but not reporting the ideology which is profoundly anti-american ideology. >> that kind of profit making, a lot of things they care about, take care of hiv-aids in africa that is where the money comes are from. >> greg: how to fight back at bullies at work. dana has perfected a karate chop ♪ i just want to feel your love tonight ♪ ♪ i don't want to lose your love tonight ♪ ♪ ♪ if youthen this willbrids arbe a nice surprise. meet the 5-passenger ford c-max hybrid. c-max come. c-max go. c-max give a ride to everyone it knows. c max has more passenger volume than competitor prius v and we haven't even mentioned... c-max also gets better mpg. say hi to the super fuel efficient ford c-max hybrid. chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. ♪ ♪ ♪ i keep this world from dragging me down ♪
at a moscow law firm. hired by an international investment firm that had fallen afoul of the kremlin, he said he had uncovered a massive tax fraud. he was arrested and he died in prison. his mother says she has nothing but contempt for those who are proceeding with this trial. >> i despise these people. they have got no hard. there are some kind of robots who do not want to hear the truth. i think they are cowards who just do what they are told to do. >> he was once a senior constitutional court judge in russia. he told me putting dead people on trial is against the law. >> it is strange. if such trials were allowed in russia, you would see a lot of dead souls being prosecuted. it is an invention by our law enforcement to hide the shortcomings of their investigation and to claim the crimes were committed by get people. it is very dangerous. >> the other man on trial is the head of the investment firm that hired the dead man. he pleaded with him to leave russia when the relationship with the firm turned foul. >> he stayed and testified against the officers and continue to testify against them
are being asked about the rights of seniors in these facilities. julie watts takes a look how the laws protect residents and employees. >> is she breathing? >> barely. >> they are talking about an 87- year-old woman dying inside this bakersfield retirement home. when a 911 dispatcher tells the nurse on the line to start cpr she refuses. >> yeah, we can't. >> hand the phone to a passer by. anybody there can do cpr give them the phone please. this woman is not breathing enough she is going to die if we don't get that started. >> by the time help arrived it was too late. >> outrageous. unconscionable. >> it is not illegal. while there are laws that require assisted living and retirement home staff to follow do not resuscitate orders. >> there is nothing in our regulation, nothing in the law that says if i don't have one of those you have to resuscitate. >> the elderly woman in this case did not have a dnr. we reached out to 11 local retirement and assisted living facilities, while most as sured us they do resuscitate, at least five say, staff perform cpr when directed. >> iit was the gard
about by bringing this conversation forum. it is not just law enforcement perspective, it is not just the community-based perspective, it is not just the research perspective, it is a multi- layered approach. first and foremost, we do have to consider meeting youth where they are act. we are talking about perpetrators of violence or what not or system involved or involved in gangs, we have to meet them where they are at. pain and hurt produces more hurt, right? what is fundamental it is addressing back pain -- addressing that pain. not looking at folks in a punitive way and saying, this guy is notorious, we have to lock him up. that person is hurting. he might have been abused, you know. first and foremost, we need to meet that individual's needs. i am pursuing a master's in social work. i have that lens. we need to heal our communities and take those answers upon ourselves. everybody has already -- we sure this in perspective, but definitely, we need to create community anchored solutions. that involves a discourse with policy makers. as people of color, we need to be accountable and
fund financial security after divorces, knowing the issues are related to her ex-husband's law practice. first, how many people will vote? could be a low turnout. just 34% in '05. care to 44% in philly, 41% in san francisco. the second question, will we have to do it all over again? if no one gets more than 50% today, they advance to the one-on-one run-off on may 21st. polls open today and close at 11 pm eastern time. and by the way, the hispanic vote, there's no natural constituency. eric garcetti can claim some hispanic heritage. it's going to be fascinating to watch. this one's not over after tonight. by the end of former florida governor jeb bush's tour, there isn't going to be anybody who has a doubt that he is serious about running for president in 2016. he's reducing this book tour to raise his hand to wanting to become a major player in the republican party's attempts to rebuild. he's not shying away from raw politics. when i sat down with him, he pulled no punches about the mistakes he believes mitt romney made in 2012, specifically on the issue of immigration. >> for a guy who
issues. we call all of these laws ada, but really ada is one aspect of the federal laws. there are five or six statutes, depending on the specifics of the case. there are a series of overlapping laws, all of which require essentially the same thing. did different measures of damages and other things. the lawyers will sue you on these various labels. they all really say the same thing. the purpose of that letter is to establish damages. the first thing to do when you get that letter is to have your place it inspected. if you have done so, let the person know that you have had the place inspected. that makes the case go away. certainly, it lessens the likelihood you were going to be sued. if you need more time, talk to the tenants or talk to the person suing you, sending you the letter. get some additional time. they do not have elyria. what you need to do is find out what your rights are, and if you need to make repairs or remediations, do it because you are going to have to do it sometime during the course of litigation if there is a problem with access to your premises, so long as the
. intended for law enforcement or the military. introduced by mayor ed lee in the wake of the deadly shooting at sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut. such ammo is rarely used in san francisco. involving such rounds was six years ago. >> because it's not used very much is not an indicator as to whether we should or should not ban it. what we need to be paying attention to is looking at all the tools we have afforded to us to preclude and prevent any types of violence whether it's of course affecting young people. >> state law already prohibits unreasonably dangerous ammunition including rounds designed to pierce body armor. in a 2007 city law bans the sale of ammunition. the suit was dismissed on the grounds the ban doesn't prevent people from buying ammo somewhere else. that case has also been appealed. violators face a misdemeanor or infraction and could face jail time or a $1,000 fine. the meeting gets underway at 2:00 this afternoon. they are expected to approve it. more at 5:00 tonight. ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, tara. >>> san francisco police have recovered a st
laws, but it does not fit within the sunshine ordinance box. >> i see. okay. >> so what is the consequence of that? >> are you saying that the whole thing does not belong here? or belong or as to some things that are not in her own personal file. i just don't understand that. >> yeah, i mean, i think that the whole thing does not belong here. that what she is alleging, is not really a sunshine violation. because. >> what about the central control logs? >> well, so, sorry, it may be that there are documents that are not confidential, under any state or local law and do not disclose personal information that are sunshinable, and so in that, those documents, yes. it fits. >> okay. >> and you are saying that i am not going to give you your documents about you unless you can say that i will make them public and essentially that is totally contrary to her right of privacy and yet she has a right to those documents of the >> that is true. but this is the advice that we were provided by the city attorney's office and they were following what had previously been determined by the
problems there early. for example, if you take environmental issues, a factory does not stick to the law because up paying a price to superiors. even though there is a good law for environmental issues, they will never stick to the rules, so that is the major problem from my point of view. as long as they do not solve this corruptional problem, i think there will not be any big moves, and they cannot solve the corruption problem because there are not any checks and balances. >> thank you very much. >> the new leadership in china faces many challenges. top appointments to government ministries will be announced during the congress as a new generation of leaders emerge. >> as we mentioned, xi jinping will be confirmed. we now take a look at the man who will steer the world's second-largest economy over the next 10 years. >> xi jinping -- the new leader of china's communist party and soon to become its next president. from a powerful and wealthy family, xi is one of china's princelings, a member of china's ruling elite, a rich aristocracy that firmly holds the reins of power. right next to
on your streets. i look forward to sign into law the by an of hallow points bullets. these bullets have no place on our streets. and there's another type of violent crime where often no weapon is involved and that's domestic violence and abuse which effects whoo too many woman and children in our streets. we must prevent and report domestic abuse. i pledge - and i pledge to continue to working on the pleasantly with our partners in the community to bring to issue the violation that will prevent woman and children >> i'm also proud that under our probation departments and working with police and other city departments san francisco in 2012 has responded to the challenges a of realignment and intergrating non-violent programs it sport non-violent lives. and just as he must continue to be a healthier city. less than one year our adults will receive health care thanks to president obama and nancycy pelosi. we have a long-standing healthy program and the new international law will extend the program to 3 b thousand san franciscans. and just as we must keep getting health care and pension re
. the philosophy of the rule, which is adopted in the law, is that institutions that are being supported, defended, encouraged by corporate policy, namely-- encouraged by public policy, namely commercial banks, who do have i think a general consent of some activities and their functioning that is essential to the operation of the economy, if they do have that kind of public support, which certainly now looks much more apparent than you would have thought 10 or 20 years ago. a direct way of reducing financial costs and continuity. it should not be expending their energy and their risks on proprietary trading and doing it for the benefit of the stockholder, perhaps. hopefully, it should not be supported by public policy. that view is, i think, widespread in europe. looking at the same subject, they came up with a somewhat different approach but philosophically it is grounded in the same thing. in principle, it is adopted by the british government. they separate out not just proprietary trading, but all trading. all of their activities you loosely associate, away from the core commercial bank. keep i
: well, jan brewer did was take the language from the federal law and apply it to her state. that's really all she did. >> i don't know if she is who you're talking about, but last word. >> let's just say we have a positive agenda rather than constantly appearing to be reactionary when we're not. >> sean: guys, good to see you. governor, a rare appearance, get you up here. good to see you, clint. >> thanks, sean. >> sean: that's all the time we have this evening. and thank you for being with us, let not your heart be troubled. greta is next to go on the record. see you here tomorrow night. greta, take it away. >> greta: tonight, president obama says he's not a dictator. but rush limbaugh says the commander-in-chief left something out. what is it? >> barack obama is not interested in compromise, bipartisanship, getting along. >> i am not a dictator, i'm the president. >> the only thing obama cares about and the only thing he's ever cared about is no opposition. >> i am not a dictator, i'm the president. >> every time i hear him say he's not a dictator, he doesn't complete the state
. there's a legal framework when you read the law and you read, for example, what the attorney general has said among others, there's a very broad legal framework in which you can operate. but the policy framework is and should be much narrower. so i think that is the framework that people should have confidence and being exercised and know that these dispitions are made -- decisions are made very carefully. >> thank you. christina, next. drill down border enforcement. janet napolitano, there's a lot of publicity about the immigrant demainee. you were explaining to me there's a number call issue you face. >> there was a story we released 2,000 detainee because of sequester. that is really not accurate. >> it was not . >> it was not politico -- i won't say who it put it out there. and as in all things, immigration it develops its own mythology. here is the deal. we are constantly, as the secretaries. know, moving people in and out of detention. these are immigrants who illegal immigrants who for one reason or another are just better in detention than under some alternative. with sequester l
on it on a federal level like this but it comes down to rubber meets the road and enforce laws. as one of the folks in my town said very clearly, there are a lot of laws out there and there are a lot that being enforced properly. it's sort of seems to me a no-brainer you start by enforcing the laws and fund them and make sure that we have the infrastructure, whether it's on enforcing trafficking or, in fact, background checks. it doesn't really do us any good to have a background check bill and probably get, i hope to get a bipartisan piece of legislation on the next -- in the next week as well but it doesn't do any good to put out the laws and a lot of legislators look like they're being really busy and reacting if we don't give them any teeth. >> no. absolutely agree with that, rob. we also need a permanent director of the atf. that would help. the gun trafficking legislation, it's really important because the data is clear that guns tend to move from states that have weaker laws in to state that is have stronger laws, thus, weakening the effect of the states, with those stronger laws. but if we
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